Are you looking for a fun, back-to-school activity for your students to do during the first week of school? Your students can share all about themselves in this All About Me Flip Book. This easy, back-to-school craft lets kids practice drawing, writing, cutting, and following simple directions too. Your students can then share their books with one another to learn more about their classmates.
All About Me Flip Book:
There are 20 different characters so your students will be able to pick one that looks most like them. On the other pages of this flip book, they will write and draw to answer questions including:
* Facts about me
* I am special because….
* My favorite book is….
* This school year, I want to….
* When I grow up, I want to….
How To Make:
To begin making this All About Me activity, your students will select a character template. They will then color and and cut it out.
Next, your students will write answer to the prompts on each flip book page. They will then draw and color pictures to go with their responses.
Finally, your students will glue or staple all of the pages in order to create the flip book. They can share their All About Me Flip Books to their classmates to learn more about each other.
As an option, you can read one of these picture book before creating this fun All About Me activity.
What Teachers Say:
These teachers have written reviews on Teacher’s Pay Teachers.
Eileen said, “Love all the different types of choices for kids! Can not wait for back to school night to have these up. I am sure the kids will take pride in them, and the parents will definitely go gaga over this keepsake! Thank you!”
Another buyer wrote, “This is a really cute activity! I bought it for our homeschool and my daughter is going to be thrilled that you included so many templates so that she can make a cover with curly, blonde hair. Thank you!”
Robert said, “Great way for my kids to start the school year and to get to know one another.”
This All About Me Flip Book is a fun writing craft for your students to create at the beginning of the school year. You can hang these craftivities on a bulletin board for your entire school to see or for your students’ families to read at Open House.